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Could a woman have a miscarriage before her first missed period?


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Answered 2007-02-24 03:07:16

yes a women can have a miscarriage any where between ovulation and her missed period some women know and some do not


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Bleeding after a missed period could mean a miscarriage

Home pregnancy tests are designed to be used AFTER your missed period. Using it 2 weeks before a missed period could skew the results.

Well you could! Some people may get nauseated before the missed period! It all depends!!!

If you have missed your period and are pregnant, you most likely got pregnant around 14 days before your missed period.

If you really had a miscarriage, you can't still be pregnant, but you could be pregnant again before you get your next period.

No, Heavy bleeding after a late or missed period could be a sign of a miscarriage. But chances are if you are experiencing Heavy bleeding you are not, or are no longer pregnant.

Some forms of pregnancy tests can sense the pregnancy hormones up to eight days before your missed period. These are very sensitive and could cause false positives.

A normal period should only occur once a month. This could be due to a number of reasons such as a missed miscarriage, cancer, STDs, or even just an abnormal cycle.

could i be pregnant if i had a miscarriage and my first period had blood spot for about five days?

There is a possibility. Take an HPT(approximately 4 days before a missed period is when an HPT is able to read, but I highly recommend doing so after a missed period to ensure a proper HCG hormone level reading.) You need to go to the doctor. It could be signs of an early term miscarriage.

I had an early miscarriage (I was trying to get pregnant, and took the 5 days before your missed period test and it was positive) and miscarried 3 weeks later. My doctor said like 50% of women have an early miscarriage, they don't even know they are pregnant until they have a heavy clotty period the next month. So yes, you could have. I am sorry. But it could just be a more heavier period, (stress can cause that)

You're definitely not pregnancy because the blood test would of picked this up. Same with a miscarriage and tubal pregnancy.

ANSWERYES, pregnancy is possible but could be other reasons for spotting and missed period.

Yes. Many women have a miscarriage before they even know they are pregnant. Some Dr. believe that about 25% of pregnancy end in a miscarriage.

I have bit it didnt show up till I took 1 the first day of my missed period but every one is different. And on my first day of missed period I could barely see the lines cause my hormone levels were still low

You could be pregnant. Or your body could just be changing causing your period to be missed.

The only implantation bleeding you should experience should be a couple of days before your period is due - not a month after you miss your period. Are you sure you are pregnant? It could be the beginning of a miscarriage. Implantation bleeding doesn't last 4 days hun. Its rare when it lasts this long. AND if you missed your period in April you definitely will not be having implantation bleeding now. You may be experiencing a late period which is lighter than normal for you. But I would have a blood test to see if you are pregnant or whether its a hormonal problem causing the missed period.

well you could google information on miscarriage but as far as i understand when you miscarriage it is similar to your period only heavier than usual and late.. so no it could just be normal discharge or it could be an STD..

you could be but it could also be late

yes. pregnancy begins 2 weeks before ovulation -- doctors calculate it as the first day of your last period. so even a week before your period is due, you are actually 3 weeks pregnant.

You should wait and test again on the day of your missed period. The spotting could be prenancy related, but could also be realted to your period. If you still don't get your period and you're testing negative, wait a few more days after day of expected period.

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